The social-distanced, virtual fashion weeks continue this year as well. The Milan Fashion Week, once again, opted for the digital runway. Billed as one of the four big fashion weeks, MFW is hosting its menswear edition for the Fall-Winter 2021 season, which concludes today.
A roster of global luxury brands, including Fendi, Prada, Ermenegildo Zegna and Etro and Indian designer Dhruv Kapoor presented their trendsetting menswear for 2021.
Here are the top highlights from Milan Fashion Week Men’s.
Graduated from Istituto Marangoni Milano, Dhruv Kapoor founded his eponymous label in 2013. He returned to Milan Fashion Week Men’s 2021, showing his iteration of the modern, edgy menswear that is splattered with graphic prints, tie-dye and explicit stitching.
This menswear edit, called The (Re)Set models a seamless, easy tailoring. In Zegna’s words, “Outdoor and indoor come together and a new way of dressing takes hold, where comfort and style blend to create a new aesthetic.”
A line-up of distinguished silhouettes; Fendi’s FW-2021 menswear edit is powered by a mix of vibrant and neutral colour palette on half trench coats, faux-fur jackets and cardigans.
Lengthy, vivid coloured coats paired with comfortable long johns-like pants depict the functional fusion of indoors and outdoors.
Etro returns to the basics of designer men’s fashion – glamorous velvets, high necks, oversized tailored pants and poncho-style outerwear.
Italian label MSGM highlights the print-on-print trend with its FW’2021 collection that includes Gingham checkered print in distinct, toned-down colours. Key pieces are the belted chino shorts, hoodie jackets, shirts and mid-calf length boots.
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